The protein I used in this recipe is M.A.N. Think of those sugar cookies you get at the grocery store, soft yet just enough “chewiness” to feel like a cookie (versus a puffy protein “cloud”). Yes – that’s right – 3 ingredients! This recipe recently got a makeover with NEW photos and one small tweak! You need a lifestyle that works for you. I always try so hard to limit my ingredients to no success! These cookies are super simple, nice ‘n crispy, gluten free, protein packed, and have only 3 ingredients (minus the glaze and chocolate chip studs). So, I melted some yogurt chips and used that as a glaze and tossed on some mini dark chocolate chips just to make these a tad bit studlier. :). 2) Coconut oil These are seriously wonderful. If you wish to publish this exact recipe digitally (website, blog, ebook) or in tangible format (cookbook, magazine), you must first request permission by emailing [email protected] As always, all opinions are my own. Bake for 10-12 minutes until cookies are golden brown underneath. Shame on me. You know those plans you have about what cookies are going to be on your Christmas Cookie platter? There's always room for one more cookie! The only other ingredients in these Birthday Cake Protein Cookies are baking soda, salt, Greek yogurt, cashew butter, egg whites, vanilla extract, and natural sprinkles. Of course, you could leave out the sprinkles for a legit protein sugar cookie with even lower carbs! Low Fat 3-Ingredient Protein Cookies These low fat 3-ingredient protein cookies are soft, chewy, even crave-worthy! Simple, gluten free, 3 Ingredient Protein Cookies with a yogurt glaze studded with mini chocolate chips can be on your Christmas Cookie Platter in December and on your Healthier-Treats List in January - they are that good AND good-for-ya! Vanilla flavor would work too! You know those plans you have about what cookies are going to be on your Christmas Cookie platter? I think my little girl will love these. Calories (per cookie, including optional ingredients): 78kcal, Fat: 3.2g, Sat fat: 0.9g, Carbs: 4g, Fiber: 1g, Sugar: 1g, Protein: 8g, Sodium: 160mg, © 2019 No Excuses Nutrition. The cashew butter can be swapped for sunflower seed butter, but most other nut butters are not neutral-tasting or smooth enough for these cookies. The flavor is a rich, buttery vanilla with plenty of sprinkles! Well, not just any cookies… unbelievably delicious, almost sugar free birthday cake protein cookies! You can get natural sprinkles without artificial colors on Amazon, or just use standard sprinkles if that’s all you have, or leave them out. Whisk together dry ingredients (through salt) in a medium mixing bowl. High fiber, low sugar, egg-free and gluten-free with no flour or butter. Thank you for visiting my little space in this blogsphere! Don’t you think these cookies can be on your Christmas Cookie Platter in December and on your Healthier-Treats list in January? Home » Gluten Free » 3 Ingredient Protein Cookies, Posted on Last updated: August 3, 2020 By: Author Shashi, Categories Gluten Free, Healthy Recipes, Holidays & Events, Snacks, I’ve partnered with Premier Protein to bring y’all these 3 Ingredient Protein Cookies with a yogurt glaze studded with mini chocolate chips. Oh wait – I just realized – I hadn’t told y’all what the 3 ingredients were…care to guess? You don't need another "diet." I’ve been dabbling with this recipe for awhile now and initially my cookies always came out softer than I liked. I believe eating-in can be tastier, healthier and cheaper and, most days of the week, I am spinning around my kitchen, trying to whip up something spicealicious ~ would you join me in eating-in today? 3 ingredients! What a great idea making these with protein powder! Sports ISO-Protein in Confetti Cake (use code NOEXCUSES for 20% off). I love a good easy treat recipe, and I love that these are on the healthier side! Thanks so much for supporting the brands that keep this Srilankan Runnin! Then, yesterday I made some Gouda and Rosemary Crackers, Oh wait – I just realized – I hadn’t told y’all what the 3 ingredients were…care to guess?